Useful Links For SharePoint Online Sites - Part One

Useful shortcuts links for SharePoint Online sites which helps quickly access the site as well as manage settings, activate features, add information in SharePoint sites quickly, enable or disable the settings and so on.

In part 1, we are going to see useful shortcut links for SharePoint Online sites which help quickly access the site as well as manage settings, activate features, add information in SharePoint sites, and enable or disable the settings etc.

To add the title, description, and logo

  • This page is used to add title, description, and logo for your site.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/prjsetng.aspx

Open Site settings page

  • This page is used to look at and manage all the required settings for SharePoint site.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/settings.aspx

Quick Launch page to add new navigation Link

  • This page is used to change the links and headings in the Quick Launch.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/quiklnch.aspx

To Update Top Link bar

  • This page is used to specify the links that appear at the top link bar of the site.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/topnav.aspx

Enable Quick Launch and Tree View

  • Specifies whether the Quick Launch or tree view should be displayed to aid navigation.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/navoptions.aspx

Change the Site template look

  • You can change the “look and feel” by selecting the design you want to use and then customize the design with a new background, layout, colors, and fonts.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/designgallery.aspx

To Manage Site Features

  • Here, you can see and manage all the available site features.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/ManageFeatures.aspx

Save Site as Template

  • Use this page to save your website as a site template solution. Users can create new websites from this template.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/savetmpl.aspx

Reset to site definition

  • If you want to remove all customizations from a page (such as changes to Web Part zones or text added to the page) you can use this feature to reset to the version of the page included with the site definition.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/reghost.aspx

Delete the SharePoint Site

 

  • Deleting your site will permanently delete all the content and user information.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/deleteweb.aspx

 

Recycle Bin

 

  • In the recycle bin, you can see items deleted from all sites in this site collection.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/AdminRecycleBin.aspx

 

Site Hierarchy

 

  • This page shows all the websites that have been created. The URLs show the hierarchy of the various sites.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/vsubwebs.aspx

 

Site Collection audit settings

 

  • This page shows Configuration of Audit Settings.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/AuditSettings.aspx

 

Portal Site Collection

 

  • This page is used for portal configuration.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/portal.aspx

 

Storage Metrics

 

  • This page displays the allocation of quota within your site.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/storman.aspx

 

Site Policies

 

  • Site policies define how a site and its content are managed and disposed. They can be shared across Site Collections via the Content-Type publishing mechanism.
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/ProjectPolicies.aspx

 

HTML Field Security

 

  • Use this page to control the security settings for HTML fields under this site collection
    https://<Your office 365 SharePoint Site>/sites/<Site name>/_layouts/15/HtmlFieldSecurity.aspx

 

Happy reading :-)